Some of the greatest surprises were featured in the MCU’s phase 5 and phase 6 rosters. And these were unveiled by none other than Kevin Feige, the chairman of Marvel. While fans haven’t recovered from the effects of those happy bombs, the studio seems prepared to reveal who the actors will be in those movies at the D23 Expo. Emmet Kennedy recently tweeted about reports that Marvel Studios had signed seven actors and actresses. 7 Hollywood celebrities, including Henry Cavill, are being introduced.
Despite having played Superman in the DC Extended Universe, there are now reports that Henry Cavill has inked a contract with Marvel Studios for a part in the MCU. For those unfamiliar, phase 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe sees the deployment of phase 4 troops before introducing several new characters. Of course, the goal is to get them together in phase 6, where two more Avengers films are waiting. Therefore, it should not come as a surprise to think that there will be many new faces, some of whom will be rather large.
Who else signed the MCU deal apart from Henry Cavill?
In addition to Cavill, six more actors will be joining the MCU. Those are John Krasinski, Jodie Comer, John Boyega, Daisy Edgar-Jones, Giancarlo Esposito, and Denzel Washington, who are all listed. Kennedy mentioned that Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, will reveal the signings at D23 Expo 2022. It will be a two days event held at the Anaheim Convention Center from September 9. The talents that might be signed will reportedly assist in guiding Phase 5 plans for the MCU. Kennedy also noted the impending Fantastic Four and X-Men movies in his tweet.
I’m reliably informed that Marvel Studios have signed epic talent for Phase 5
— Emmet Kennedy (@RadioEmmet) September 2, 2022
Surprisingly, John Krasinski did make an appearance in Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, although he played a different role as Reed Richards. However, it is still unclear whether he will be a long-term member of the Fantastic Four or not. Well, this is all the information we’ve got until now. But we’ll keep you posted as we learn more about it.